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Improvements and Implementations of the Spatial Augmented Reality Applied on Scale Models of Cultural Goods for Visual and Communicative Purpose

  • Donato Maniello
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 10851)

Abstract

This article wants to present the Spatial Augmented Reality technique (hereafter S.A.R.), better known as video mapping, used by the Studio Glowarp on scale models of archeological finds and cultural heritage. The use of S.A.R. technique offers new communication ways for archeology and museum fields. It helps to show fragile or destroyed goods, sometimes far away from the exhibition set, for the listed reasons considered as fragmented and hard to be reached by a bigger audience, become interesting case studies of digital anastylosis. The aim of this paper is to show from a different point of view the S.A.R. method that now can be considered not only as an “artistic” technique but also as a technique serving the cultural heritage, and to recommend it as one of the possible means of the future restoration and of the augmented heritage field.

Keywords

Spatial Augmented Reality Video mapping Augmented heritage 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Studio Glowarp, Spatial Augmented Reality for Cultural HeritageNaplesItaly

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